Receive Free Legal help with your citizenship application! Mark your calendars for this FREE citizenship clinic hosted by LCF Georgia with the support of Asian Americans for Advancing Justice and the New Americans Campaign!
February 8, 2020 from 10am - 12pm 1600 Roswell St SE Suite 4. Smyrna, GA 30080.
REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/citizenship11
Please bring all of the documents concerning your legal issue to the clinic
$725 check or money order made out to U.S. Department of Homeland Security for a filing fee
*If you need financial assistance, please bring evidence of public benefits and/or your most recent Tax Returns
Call 404-890-5655 for more details and to set up an appointment
Join us on Thursdays during the Legislative Session for an opportunity to defend Immigrant Rights at the Capitol. Each year, the Georgia General Assembly introduces harmful anti-immigrant legislation aimed at our communities. We need your help to show up and remind legislators that we are here to fight back against bills that vilify or hurt our people.
Come out at 9 am on Thursdays to the State Capitol where you'll get a brief training on how to talk to your legislators, as well as information about bills or issues that are being worked on. From there, you'll have a chance to talk to your representatives. We hope to have you out by 11am!
No need to sign up or RSVP, just show up! Please be sure to bring a photo ID to get into the Capitol.
*Please bring your laptop!
Special Thanks to our co-sponsor organizations
Join us on Monday, February 24th for our Asian American Advocacy Day as we engage our legislators on issues important to our communities.
Our Advocacy Day is designed to be a relationship-building opportunity among Asian American leaders, Georgia elected officials and other policymakers. Our event draws the largest number of Asian American business and community leaders to the Georgia Capitol each year, typically bringing together over 300 guests.
This year's event will start with coffee and refreshments as well as a formal program at the Floyd Room at the James H Floyd Building from 7:30AM - 9:00AM, This unique opportunity brings diverse Asian American immigrant and refugee community members together to talk with state policymakers about the issues that affect their communities most. Guests will be invited to join us back in the Floyd Room for a lunch and keynote address.
More details coming soon.
For any questions, please contact Swathi Shanmugasundaram at firstname.lastname@example.org